Independence, MO (PressExposure) November 11, 2011 -- Tate Publishing announces the release of the fourth installment in Robert Thornhill's Lady Justice mystery/comedy series, Lady Justice And The Avenging Angels. The first three novels in the series, Lady Justice Takes A C.R.A.P. City Retiree Action Patrol, and Lady Justice And The Lost Tapes were released earlier in the year by Tate Publishing. All four novels are currently available through bookstores, online and on the author's website.
Sheri Wilkinson writes: "Walt Williams, now newlywed to his sweetheart Maggie have returned from Hawaii and are adjusting to married life. He comes home to a religious fanatic, on a killing spree to rid the world of human pestilence. These religious terrorists are determined to rid the world of people whom they find are unfit for society. Walt and gang set out to stop the madness of a man whose insane antics are killing innocent people.
All the characters we love from the series are back in action. With danger, action and humor, Robert Thornhill creates characters and scenarios like none I have read before. I eagerly look forward to more installments of this fun series. I found myself wishing for Lady justice to become a weekly comedy/murder series! I truly love every book in the Lady Justice books."
Robert has also written the seven volume set of Rainbow Road chapter books for children. Christina Jones writes: "Borrowing from troubling aspects of today's deep political divides, Thornhill gives us a more sober story in his 4th book in the Walt Williams Mystery Comedy series. There's still humor, but the message is one where a charismatic individual takes over the minds and souls of his small town friends and turns them into terrorists bent on destroying everything they consider an abomination in the eyes of their Lord. Walt and the KC police must stop them before they kill and maim thousands at large Kansas City functions.
Included in the story is a history lesson on the James-Younger gang of post-Civil War the era which appears to be carefully researched. This novel, while making readers laugh at times, also makes them consider their own belief systems and prejudices. A well written story with a strong message. A timely political problem with American Christian religious extremists coupled with a poignant story of Willie discovering his roots, tied to a history lesson involving the James-Younger gang of the post Civil War days...all with splashes of humor.
This Walt Williams mystery comedy satisfies on many levels. One of Thornhill's best to date! It's hard to wait for the next one in the series!!"
For more information on each volume and the author, go to http://BooksByBob.com